Month: July 2021

Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D., Mass.) speaks in Boston, Mass., March 24, 2021. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) Members of the progressive “Squad” slept outside the Capitol on Friday night to protest the end of the federal eviction moratorium.  Representatives Cori Bush (D., Mo.), Ayanna Pressley (D., Mass.) and Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) camped outside the Capitol after the
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Texas House Democrats, who fled the Lone Star State this month to block Republican-backed legislation from becoming law, are slowly realizing their political stunt will not produce the results they had hoped. What is the background? Texas House Democrats fled to Washington, D.C., nearly three weeks ago to deny the Texas House the quorum required
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President Joe Biden suggested Friday that Americans should expect new COVID-related restrictions amid rising cases that public health experts attribute to the highly contagious so-called “delta variant.” When asked by a reporter whether new restrictions are coming for Americans, Biden responded, “In all probability.” The president did not elaborate on the details of the potential
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It is obvious that the media view Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as a 2024 threat; hence every discussion about COVID and the Delta variant must include an implication that Florida is a uniquely dire situation. On his Friday show, CNN’s Chris Cuomo blamed Florida for the CDC’s revised mask guidelines, saying the country was being “held hostage” because
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COVID Realities Rumor has it we are headed for another lockdown as libs continue to lie about COVID stats and broadcast more fear-mongering. Why not just put them in camps? https://t.co/ZaSGm1A3cM — Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) July 31, 2021 The woman who published the tweet below, Debbie Burnett, is running against Rep. Boebert in Colorado. She
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After the experience of the near-total breakdown of law and order in Johannesburg and Durban regions this month (GP reported), Afrikaner civil defense groups are organizing to protect their communities. On Wednesday, Boer residents successfully defended an old age home against leftist militants. [embedded content] The Marxist extremists of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are
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A pair of WWII-era planes, the P-51 Mustang and Corsair, take to the skies over the EAA AirVenture event in Oshkosh, Wis. (Al Sauer/EAA) The AirVenture show in Wisconsin is an awe-inspiring display of runway relics, and a monument to the spirit that takes us to the skies. Americans and flight go together like beer
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A prominent gay rights activist known for his AIDS/HIV activism revealed Friday how the central study the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used to justify its new mask guidance may be flawed. What is the background? The CDC revised face mask guidelines this week, recommending that fully vaccinated Americans who live in regions with
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New York Times covid-beat reporter Apoorva Mandavilli’s overheated lead story on Saturday, “Immunized People Can Spread Virus, the C.D.C. Reports – Cases Among Vaccinated Are Relatively Rare and Tend to Be less Severe,” seized upon rushed guidance from the Centers for Disease Control to push once again for universal masking. The numbers from a comprehensive study
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Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar rarely agrees on anything with GOP Senator Lindsey Graham. But Cuellar, whose Texas district is being swamped with illegal alien crossings, is joining with Graham to push Joe Biden to name former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to ramrod the administration’s efforts to control the influx of illegals at the southern
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Then-candidate for Governor Ron DeSantis attends a campaign rally in South Daytona, Fla., November 4, 2018. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters) Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R.) issued an executive order on Friday making mask-wearing optional in the state’s public schools after the CDC issued new guidance earlier this week recommending that teachers, staff, and students wear face coverings
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Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill hadn’t been planning on getting a COVID-19 vaccination — until the National Football League “forced my hand,” he told reporters at a Thursday news conference. What did else he say? “I’m currently in the [vaccination] process right now,” Tannehill told reporters after a question about the league’s new vaccine protocols.
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Fame is a drug. It’s the most addictive and destructive drug known to man. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles has suffered an accidental overdose. She’s experiencing “twisties,” which is another way of saying she’s twisted and tweaking, a common side effect of excessive fame. A child star of the 2016 Olympics, Biles’ fame dealers, aka corporate
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refused to let Republicans pick their own members for her Select Committee on the January 6 riot, making the panel look obviously stacked. But on the Week in Review segment of Friday’s PBS NewsHour, this was an unfortunate kerfuffle that should be overlooked. New York Times columnist David Brooks called any
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More bad news for Liz Cheney. According to a new survey, 77% of GOP primary voters would back a candidate other than Liz Cheney. Only 23% said that they would vote for her. The Washington Examiner reported: TRENDING: EXCLUSIVE: Second Eye-Witness Steps Forward — CONFIRMS Capitol Hill Police Killed Trump Supporter Rosanne Boyland Then Attacked
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A commuter receives a COVID-19 vaccination at Grand Central Station Terminal train station in New York City, May 12, 2021. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters) As mentioned in today’s Morning Jolt, President Biden began yesterday’s announcement by pointing to New Castle County in Delaware and Lehigh County in Pennsylvania and calling them places where, “you wouldn’t have to
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Statue in Prospect Terrace Park overlooking Providence, R.I. (SeanPavonePhoto/Getty Images) Providence’s municipal-reparations scheme helps left-wing activist groups, not students trapped in Rhode Island’s union-dominated schools. It used to be referred to as the soft bigotry of low expectations: the unspoken bias among many liberals, who subconsciously believe that minority populations are not capable of succeeding
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Liberal Democrats continue to insist that President Joe Biden can and must cancel billions of dollars in federal student loan debt. But they have an uncommon adversary in their push to get around Congress: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who made it clear that the president doesn’t have the power to do it — and
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Publix will mandate that associates wear face coverings indoors regardless of whether they have been vaccinated. The grocery chain’s policy will take effect on Monday. The company pointed to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is recommending that fully vaccinated individuals wear a mask when in indoor public places in regions of the
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Anjem Choudary’s Facebook and Twitter accounts were permanently shut down after just five days of use. Twitter said his account was suspended for “violating the rules” of the organization’s policies on violence and hate. Described as a “hate preacher,” Choudary was convicted of inviting support for ISIS five years ago and served half of his
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference in New York City, N.Y., July 6, 2021. (Jeenah Moon/Reuters) Cuomo is a mean-spirited bully with a flagrant disregard for the rule of law, ruthless in defense of his own interests. New Yorkers deserve better. What’s that adage about a leopard and its spots? Last
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